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Unlike situational confidence, core confidence is not something that can be acquired as a skill set. However, situational confidence can be a stepping stone that generates temporary positive social feedback and begins an upward spiral towards it. Every person has a fairly static level where their confidence usually stands – a medium point that it comes back to as external stimulation subsides. If a guy walks through life with a low sense of acceptance, then he will experience a continual mild anxiety and evolve a weak identity that is designed to guard his state.

The guy who has strong situational confidence to approach women but a weak core confidence is more unusual. He is an anomaly for having taken time to learn the steps of walking up to a stranger, getting her attention, attracting her, and even getting her phone number. But in the course of his studies he never learned a strong set of social skills, because that is something that takes a longer time to internalize. He has situational confidence in meeting women. He knows how to get them laughing and intrigued.

Through this subtle and constant process, our minds elicit “social feedback,” ranging from the most exceedingly subtle sub-communications to the most blatantly obvious responses – all of which are continually shaping and re-shaping our ideas about who we are and the world that we live in. Whether you realize it or not, your interpretation of reality is very subjective, and massively influenced by the feedback that you get from your social environment. That’s why for a person visiting a foreign land, there might be an experience of what is known as “culture shock,” where they feel a surreal disconnection from their environment.

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